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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Many Pittsburgh-area residents were dealing with flash flooding and downed trees after thunderstorms moved through the area Sunday.

A severe thunderstorm warning was issued for Allegheny, Westmoreland and Washington counties early Sunday evening. Flood advisories were also issued throughout the region.

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Allegheny County officials reported trees and wires down in Mt. Lebanon, Castle Shannon and Bethel Park.

Crews were also shutting down roads in Mt. Lebanon and Bethel Park due to flash flooding.

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Route 51 was shut down from Whited Street to Marylea Avenue due to flooding.

In Carrick, a car got stuck on Becks Run Road after water rose quickly on the roadway.

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Hail was also reported throughout the area.